With one in two Aussies now living in Telstra's 5G coverage footprint, Telstra says this progress shows it is on track to "expand coverage to 75% of the population by the middle of the year" as it adds thousands of 5G devices to its network every week.
Phones with scrolling screens, home robots, UV-C office and classroom disinfection bots, giant 4K and 8K TVs, glasses that project a giant display in front of your eyes, a touchless video doorbell, super eye-friendly tablet displays, autonomous trucks and cars, backpacks with screens that can display emojis and so much more, the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 in underway in Las Vegas and as usual, it's wild.
Every year, new phones, new CPUs, new everything arrives in the hope you’ll upgrade at some point, with WiFi getting a nice new upgrade to support ever faster speeds, with Netgear, Linksys, TP-Link, ASUS and others set to release 6E routers this year which uses the 6Ghz band that is "free of interference and congestion" - in 2021, at least!
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